Canadian Geotechnical Journal - Editors' Choices 2016

January 2017
Canadian Geotechnical Journal;2017, Vol. 54 Issue 1, piii
Academic Journal
The article presents editors' choices 2016 for the "Canadian Geotechnical Journal" including the articles "Examination of the estimation of relative permeability for unsaturated soils" by F. Zhang and D.G. Fredlund, "Capillary water retention curve and shear strength of unsaturated soils" by A. Zhou, R. Huang, and D. Sheng, and "Multi-directional force-displacement response of underground pipe in sand" by J.K. Jung, T.D. O'Rourke, and C. Argyrou.


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